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Paul way might finally catch a break in the west sources told Reuters Monday that the U. K. has concluded there's no need to bomb the Chinese telecoms firm from building phone networks that confirmation would come as a relief to walk away which faces allegations that it concludes with Chinese spies it's already shots house of public contracts in the US I'm Washington's be pushing allies to follow suit Australia New Zealand and Japan have effectively banned the company several European countries considering action meanwhile European mobile operators including beat see an orange a taking steps to limit or and the use of walkway equipments but a favor %HESITATION U. K. ruling could sway opinion the country's intelligence agencies a widely respected and have close links to US spies now sources say the UK's national cyber security center will take a nuanced approach a source put it this way we don't favor a complete ban it's not that simple parkway is accused of leaving so called back door was in its equipment allowing access to Chinese spice it firmly denied all such allegations the latest reports commas countries around the world stop planning for next generation mobile phone services so called five G. networks will allow massive increases in mobile data building the infrastructure will cost billions and walkway is market leader once a big pots of that's a Monday the U. K. prime minister's office said a review of five G. security measures was on going a report from the cyber security center is due in the coming weeks